- Walt Disney World and Disneyland lifted sheet prices on Sunday.
- A one-day sheet to Disney World during the busiest time of year now costs $129, a $5 cost increase.
- Some Disney fans contend that it is apropos too costly to revisit the parks.
Walt Disney World and Disneyland just sensitively increasing how much it costs to revisit the parks.
A regular, one-day sheet to Disney World’s Magic Kingdom now costs $119, a $4 increase, the Associated Press reported Sunday.
The cost of “value” tickets, sole during reduction swarming times of year, increasing by $2 to $109 for adults. Peak sheet prices, for the busiest times of year, now cost $129 for adults, a $5 increase.
Disney also significantly increasing how much Florida residents compensate for annual passes. The reward Platinum pass now costs Floridians $729, up from $679.
Many Disney fans had already braced themselves for the cost hike. Disney World and Disneyland have announced sheet cost every Feb over the last several years.
But some people contend that the latest cost travel has contributed to making it too costly for the normal family to revisit Disney’s thesis parks.
As a longtime Disney family, we don’t like the cost tab attached. It speaks to privilege! For families that save to come to Disney for the enchanting shun from reality it is a slap back into the haves and the have not‘s. Disney is should be enchanting for everybody equally!
— Julie Eckhoff (@JulieEckhoff) Feb 11, 2018
“People will need to start selling their kidneys on the black marketplace to be means to means a day at Disney,” one person wrote on Twitter. “Pathetic.”
So my Disney annual cost went up $100+ we feel privately attacked. Good thing we have it until Oct so now it’s time to save up 😩
— salv 🦕 (@salvuhdor) Feb 11, 2018
So with this latest boost in WDW AP prices, it creates it so it’s not worth it to replenish my pass. And honestly, I’m ok with that. It’s apparent I’m no longer the demographic Disney wants or values.
— Jennifer Meyering (@Dizneydreamer) Feb 11, 2018
The cost changes seem to be partial of Disney’s devise to get people to revisit the parks for as many days as possible. Tickets are cheaper if business buy multi-day passes, dropping to $44.50 per day for adults getting a 10-day pass.
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